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Quote: Originally Posted by mm84321 Coconut oil, lard, beef tallow or duck fat are all healthy options when frying at high temperatures. Quote: The following "bad" oils contain high percentage of trans fat or saturated fats. Some, such as coconut oil, even contain more saturated fats than animal products!
@ mm84321 I just finished gathering up all my remaining bottles of "Organic Canola Oil". Back to the store they are going. And that is a No Homo
Quote: Originally Posted by mm84321 Coconut oil, lard, beef tallow or duck fat are all healthy options when frying at high temperatures. Dude, don't joke a joker Beef tallow ? Hormones, antibiotics, GM feed be damned. Lard ? Antibiotics, GM feed be damned. Duck fat ? Antibiotics, GM feed be damned. Let's not even talk about how wonderful all those animal source derived fats are for your heart. I recall once trying coconut water...
↑↑ When FDA inspectors laid their eyes on Spanish ham for the 1st time, they damn near went into cardiac arrest. The hoof was still attached to it
What do you propose I use, clarified butter ? EVOO is going to set the ficken kitchen on fire. So it's a non-starter. I tried ze French sunflower oil, but wasn't blown away by the peasant flavor. "Organic" doesn't automatically connotes goodness. It does signify no GM ingredients have been used during production.
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Quote: Originally Posted by mm84321 You know canola oil is derived from the rapeseed plant, which is toxic to humans (particularly to the respiratory function). Not to mention it is heavily refined and genetically engineered containing trans fats. Welcome to SF: Home of high rolling big timers Where we don't need any of that GM crop-sourced supermarket chain cheap crap which is geared toward proletariat anyway. When we can afford their...
@ mm84321 I wasted $26 on a bottle of Williams Sonoma House Olive Oil made on Lucero farm in California. Nunca Más, Jose
Cutrera Primo (Sicily) Olio Beato (Puglia) DeCarlo (Puglia) Seggiano (Tuscany) These oils are the real deal. Prices range from pretty reasonable to OMFG. Shopping for EVOO @ places like Sur La Table or Williams-Sonoma is a self-invitation to an assrape. Sur La Table does carry surprisingly good balsamic vinegars relative to asking price, though. As foodguy mentioned, skip over bottles made of conventional, transparent glass. Go for darker glass, better yet - boxed or...
For those who haven't tried it, Jamón Serrano is darker, far less salty and boasts a hard-to-miss nutty flavor. There's no confusing it with traditional prischute ® . My local seller has Prosciutto di Parma, Prosciutto di San Daniele, Prosciutto di San Daniele Black Label and Jamón Serrano all going for $14.99/lb Literally within a mile from him, a WholePaycheck store already charges $22.99lb for Prosciutto di Parma and $24.99 for Prosciutto di San Daniele. Certain...
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